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Hidden sources of MSG

The substances below ALWAYS contain processed free glutamic acid (The G in MSG)


Monosodium Glutamate (E621)
Yeast Extract

Soy Protein
Calcium Glutamate (E622)
Yeast Food

Soy Protein Isolate
Monoammonium Glutamate (E622)
Yeast Nutrients

Soy Protein Concentrate
Magnesium Glutamate (E625)
Autolyzed Yeast
Natrium Glutamate

Anything “Hydrolyzed”
Monopotassium glutamate (E622)
Anything “Protein Fortified”
Glutamate (E620)

Autolyzed Plant Protein

Whey Protein
Glutamic Acid (E620)

Textured Protein

Whey Protein Isolate
Calcium Caseinate

Anything “Enzyme Modified”
Sodium Caseinate

Anything “Enzyme”


Anything “Fermented”

Vegetable Protein
Anything Containing “Protease”

The substances that follow OFTEN contain or produce processed free glutamate
Bouillon and Broth or Stock (homemade cooked low under 3 hours is okay)

Anything “Flavors” Anything “Flavoring” or Natural Flavor 

Malted Barley

Malt Extract

Anything “Ultra-Pasteurized”
Pectin (E440)

Brewer’s Yeast
Carrageenan (E407)

Low or No Fat Items

Barley Malt
Citric Acid (corn),
Citrate (E330)
Caramel Coloring 
“Seasonings” When Not Labeled Individually
Smoke Flavoring

Dough Conditioners

Amino Acids (think Braggs)
Soy Sauce

Soy Sauce Extract

Protein Powders

The substances that follow may trigger a reaction for HIGHLY SENSITIVE people
Corn Starch

Lipolyzed Butter Fat                                                         
Milk Powder

Certain Amino Acid Chelates
Corn Syrup and High-FructoseCorn Syrup

Reduced Fat Milk
Anything“Vitamin Enriched”
Modified Food Starch
Rice Syrup

Most Things “Low Fat” or“No Fat”
Anything “Pasteurized”
Fructose from Corn
Brown Rice Syrup
Anything “Enriched”
Balsamic Vinegar

Any gums (guar, xantham, etc.)